Spiderman: Far From Home’ contains spoilers and reveals massive secrets

The second trailer of Spider-Man: Far From Home drops its second trailer, but not without a message from star Tom Holland.
In what might be a first for any trailer release, Holland comes to warn fans that the newest trailer contains some serious spoilers for Avengers: Endgame.  If you haven’t watched the Marvel mega-blockbuster, which has just toppled Titanic to become all-time second highest grosser, then it’s best to look away now.

After Avengers: Endgame it was clear a new Spider-Man trailer for Far From Home was coming, revealing a popular Marvel theory.


Unlike the first, a more zesty trailer that was released for Far From Home months back, this one deal directly with the fallout of Endgame.

The trailer shows us how Peter Parker, aka Spiderman, is living with the loss of his mentor Ironman – who is played by Robert Downey Jr.

“Everywhere I go, I see his face.  I just really miss him, ” Peter Parker says in the teaser.

A typical action scene is then shown with Spiderman saving the city from criminals, where Parker jokes with police that “half the time he is busy doing their jobs.”


The viewer sees Parker plan to go on vacation with his classmates, however Nick Fury, a superhero from Avengers, is following closely behind as he wants Peter to help him save the world.

Parker does his best to dismiss Fury however to his surprise, the superhero follows him on his European trip.  There, Spiderman is introduced to Quentin Beck who is played by Jake Gyllenhaal.

The character is revealed to be from another Earth, thus the concept of a multiverse is touched upon.


Fury explains in the trailer after Thanos’ snap in Infinity War, there was a hold that led to another dimension which eventually led to the formation of the other Earth.

But Peter Parker is reluctant to team up with Nick Fury, and asks where thunder lord Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) are located.  He is informed that Thor is out of the world and Captain Marvel is “unavailable”.



The trailer delivers funny jokes and punches MCU is well-known and loved for.

Spiderman: Far From Home hits cinemas on July 2, 2019.

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